The Port Townsend residency, happening now, is excited to be welcoming two of our Vermont alumni, Mary Johnson and Cara Hoffman, who will be reading and doing workshops Monday through Thursday next week. The readings are open to the public, and offer a great time to come see the campus, walk the beach, and get […]
Novelist and documentary filmmaker Laleh Khadivi is joining the faculty in Port Townsend this semester. Introducing herself in her own words, Laleh writes: “I came to literature through film. My documentary work has focused on the criminal justice system and immigration and I have directed pieces for A&E and produced work for HBO and Sundance. […]
winter garden at GoddardGoddard silo in the snowgoddard as narnia New students on campus today for the winter residency. Snow on the ground; mini writing retreats on the new schedule; plus the return of Rebecca Brown, John McManus, and Jane Wohl. Looking forward to meeting everyone!
We are thrilled that our Visiting Writer at the upcoming winter residency in Vermont will be novelist and filmmaker Ruth Ozeki. Ruth’s first two novels, My Year of Meats (1998) and All Over Creation (2003), have been translated into eleven languages and published in fourteen countries. Her most recent work, A Tale for the Time […]
Wendy Goldberg, Artistic Director National Playwright’s Conference, will be joining us at the next Vermont residency, on January 6th (1:15pm to 3:00pm) for a discussion on The O’Neill Development Process at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre center, one of the nation’s premiere new play development programs. She will cover all facets of the program, from submissions to play selection, […]
Poet and Goddard College alumnus Charlie Bondhus (MFAW ’05) reads from his work on Friday, January 9th at 7 pm. Free and open to the public. Presented by the MFA in Creative Writing Program’s Alumni Reader Series. Charlie Bondhus’s second book, All the Heat We Could Carry, won the 2013 Main Street Rag Poetry Book Award and […]
On November 1st, a new national literary journal was born. Clockhouse was the dream of two of my master’s degree candidates in the MFA in Creative Writing program my very first semester teaching at Goddard. Led by a group of alumni, editorially-independent, the journal they imagined was nevertheless essentially of Goddard, for Goddard; you could even […]